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THE COURIER/Photo by Melissa Chan
THE COURIER/Photo by Melissa Chan
This Burger King in Fresh Meadows is one of three in Queens that now deliver.

Burger buffs in the borough, here’s a whopper of good news: Three Burger King joints in Queens are now delivering.

The global fast food chain announced it would debut its home delivery services in New York City last November. Now locations in Fresh Meadows, Ozone Park and Jamaica — and four in Brooklyn — are ready to roll out the goods.

“We are thrilled to expand the BK Delivers test program and offer its convenience to our New York guests in the city that never sleeps,” said Alex Macedo, senior vice president and general manager of U.S. franchise business for Burger King Worldwide.

Fast “foodies” who live within 10 minutes of participating stores can place orders online at www.bkdelivers.com or call 1-855-ORDER-BK from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.

Franchises in Queens include 164-17 Union Turnpike, 92-02 Atlantic Avenue and 131-10 Hillside Avenue.

There is a $10 minimum and $2 delivery charge. Breakfast items, coffee, fountain drinks, shakes and soft serve ice-cream are excluded.

Innovative thermal technology packaging is guaranteed to seal in freshness, officials said. At least six more restaurants in Manhattan and Brooklyn are expected to offer delivery by the end of the year.

 

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